Question about 2002 GMC Sierra C/K1500
I have been hearing a clicking sound when I excellerate and cannot figure what is making the noise. I have taken the rear wheels off to check for any problems. Found nothing. Checked the rear differential & transfer case for low oil. Found to be ok. Placed car on jacks and ran the rear wheels, but could not hear the noise. Can only hear it when there is weight on the wheels. Checked all the U joints and they appear to be ok. Not sure if it is a problem within the rear differential or the transfer case. I did replace the transfer case several years ago(used one). Any way to identify what or where the noise is coming from? I have not checked the front breaks, but don't beleive the noise is from the front.
Shot in the dark here did you check drive shaft to see if there might be some debris of some kind wrapped around it
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
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